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Voices of Love, Life and Death

Voices of Love, Life and Death

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David Vitali lives near the sunny port city of Fremantle, on the Western Coast of Australia. He wrote his first poem at age 12 and has continued writing ever since. He describes this book as: “Blood, sweat and tears poured out onto paper. It addresses perhaps the three most important things after God: love, living life and death. It’s raw and uncut: real poetry for modern times”. He is university educated and has a degree in Computer Science. He worked as a software engineer and project manager up until 2010, at which time he became a permanently disabled pensioner. He is an avid fisherman, whiling away the hours at the beautiful Swan River, which runs through Western Australia’s capital city, Perth.
David Vitali lives near the sunny port city of Fremantle, on the Western Coast of Australia. He wrote his first poem at age 12 and has continued writing ever since. He describes this book as: “Blood, sweat and tears poured out onto paper. It addresses perhaps the three most important things after God: love, living life and death. It’s raw and uncut: real poetry for modern times”. He is university educated and has a degree in Computer Science. He worked as a software engineer and project manager up until 2010, at which time he became a permanently disabled pensioner. He is an avid fisherman, whiling away the hours at the beautiful Swan River, which runs through Western Australia’s capital city, Perth.

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Publish date: May 16, 2013
Added to Scribd: May 22, 2013
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781483632391
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